As I write this, our annual meeting nears, a time for evaluating and voting on issues of concern to the whole Fellowship. Who will be on the board in the coming fiscal year? Who will represent us as the congregation’s delegate(s) to the General Assembly … read more.
School years are ending. Students will soon be working summer jobs. Families will take vacations, as parents’ work schedules allow. Hot weather and long days are now again shaping how we all use our time. And one widespread summer tradition is making a summer reading … read more.
Here it is, the second week of April, and it’s snowing! Not much. Just enough to remind us that, no matter how much we think we are prepared for what comes next, we probably aren’t quite.
Passover finished just a few days ago, and Jews are … read more.
The words of this title are biblical, direct from what is ultimate to a people whose identity emerges through a struggle to put the broken pieces of the world together in an emerging wholeness. While not all Unitarian Universalists feel any connection to the Torah, … read more.
given by the Rev. Paul Oakley
at the Unity Prayer Breakfast of the Staunton Branch NAACP
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Staunton, Virginia
9:00 AM, Saturday, February 10, 2018
God who made us one and calls us to be one,
God who … read more.
This Sunday, February 4, we will be taking a special collection for Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism in a service that the president and board of the Unitarian Universalist Association have asked all our congregations to participate in. They call the service “The Promise and … read more.